Norman Cheadle

Norman Cheadle

Full Professor | Director, MA in Humanities

Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
Arts
L-719, R.D. Parker Building Sudbury Campus

Biography

Norman Cheadle has been teaching at Laurentian University since 1999. A Hispanist by training, his research focuses on Argentine literature and culture, in particular Leopoldo Marechal (1900-1970), as well as Hispanic writing in Canada. His annotated translation of Marechal's Adán Buenosayres (1948) was published by McGill-Queen's UP in 2014.

Education

  • PhD Hispanic Studies (McGill U, 1996)

Academic Appointments

July 2016: Full Professor

2011 to 2015: Director of the Interdisciplinary MA in the Humanities (HUMA)

On The Web

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Research

Argentine literature and culture; Cuba (Nueva Trova); Hispano-Canadian literature and culture

Awards

 

Teaching

Current courses (Fall 2016)

ESPA 2706NL   Aspects of Peninsular Culture & Civilization

ESPA 3456NL   The Short Story in Spanish America

ESPA 4007NL    Advanced Spanish Composition


Courses (Winter 2017)

ESPA 2306NL   Aspects of Spanish American Culture & Civilization

ESPA 3136NL   Modern Spanish American Literature


Other courses taught (undergraduate)

ESPA 4126NL   The City as Palimpsest (Mexico City)

ESPA 4136NL   The 20th-century Spanish American Novel

ESPA 3326E   Spanish-American Film

ESPA 3456NL   Short Story in Spanish America


Other courses taught (graduate)

HUMA 5016   Practicum Development

HUMA 5117   Methods for Reading the World: Bibliography and Research

HUMA 5346   Metafiction

HUMA  5376   Forms of Re-Reading

HUST 6056   Seminar in Interpretations and Values


Courses taught abroad

Graduate seminar: "Problemas de traducción literaria: El caso de Adán Buenosayres" (Universidad de Mar del Plata (Argentina) 1-5 de junio de 2015

Publications

Books (single author)

  • Adam Buenosayres: A Critical Edition. (Annotated translation of Leopoldo Marechal's 1948 novel). Montreal: McGill-Queen's UP, 2014. http://www.mqup.ca/adam-buenosayres-products-9780773543096.php.
  • The Ironic Apocalypse in the Novels of Leopoldo Marechal. Woodbridge, Eng: Támesis, 2000.


Books (edited)

  • Cheadle, Norman, Julie Boissonneault et Ali Reguigui (dir.). Langue et territoire. Espaces littéraires / Language and Territory. Literary Spaces. Université Laurentienne, Série monographique en sciences humaines, vol. 16. Sudbury: Forthcoming April 2014.
  • Cheadle, Norman and Lucien Pelletier, eds. Canadian Cultural Exchange: Translation and Transculturation / Échanges culturels au Canada. Traduction et transculturation. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2007.


Chapters in Books

  • "El Niño Peronista en espejo y contraespejo: El tilo (2003) de César Aira." Carina González, comp. Peronismo y representación. Escritura, imágenes y políticas del pueblo. Buenos Aires: Final Abierto, 2015. 367-389.
  • "Between Wandering Rocks: Joyce's Ulysses in the Argentine Culture Wars." TransLatin Joyce: Global Transmissions in Ibero-American Literature. New York: Palgrave, 2014.
  • "Introduction." Langue et territoire. Espaces littéraires.  vi-xvii.
  • "El verdadero nombre de Mozino Point." Langue et territoire, vol 3.  87-115.
  • "Cuban Culture at the Eye of the Globalizing Hurricane: The Case of Nueva Trova." Gordana Yovanovich and Amy Huras, eds. Latin American Identity after 1980. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2010.  143-166.
  • "Introduction." Canadian Cultural Exchange.
  • "Canadian Counterpoint: Don Latino y Doña Canadiense in José Leandro Urbina's Collect Call (1992) and Ann Ireland's Exile (2002)."  Canadian Cultural Exchange. 269-304.
  • "Twentieth-Century homo bonaerense: The Buenos Aires 'Man-in-the-Street' in Raúl Scalabrini Ortiz and Leopoldo Marechal." Elizabeth Montes Garcés, ed. Relocating Identities in Latin American Cultures. Calgary: U of Calgary P, 2007. 13-33.


Articles (refereed)

  • "Retorno de la 'novia más fragante': Reterritorialización del castellano en el Canadá de Alberto Saravia." Oltreoceano 11 (2016): 185-196.
  • "Emerging from a Cloud: The Inter-American Discursive Position of Hispano-Canadian Literature." Interfaces Brasil/Canadá 13.17 (2013): 17-55.
  • "El Canadá americano de Alejandro Saravia." Contexto: Revista Anual de Estudios Literarios 15.17 (2011): 105-129.
  • "Figurations of Islandness in Argentine Literature: Macedonio Fernández, Leopoldo Marechal, César Aira." Island Studies Journal 4.2 (2009): 203-224.
  • Review-essay. "Memory and the 'subjective turn': Beatriz Sarlo's Tiempo pasado (2005)." A Contracorriente 5.3 (2008): 197-205.
  • "Los intelectuales y el caso Pinochet: ¿canto de cisne de una figura centenaria?" A Contracorriente 1.2 (2004): 63-80.
  • "Mise en abyme and the Apocalypse: Two Paintings in Ernesto Sábato's Trilogy of Novels." Hispanic Review 63.4 (1995): 543-553.